After a Fashion: Top 10s 2011

You know that Your Style Avatar's tops are always bottoms, yes?

In no particular order:

TOP 10 MOST ANNOYING TRENDS

After a Fashion: Top 10s 2011
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1) TEBOWING

2) YOGA CLOTHES outside of the yoga studio

3) SLUTTY ROLE MODELS

4) BLACK FRIDAYS

5) CYBER MONDAYS

6) 'I'M A MORMON'

7) LUXURY CARS The ad blitz for buying all your loved ones luxury cars at Christmas.

8) PAJAMAS outside the home

9) SEXTING

10) BALD PUBIC AREAS

TOP 10 PEOPLE WE'RE WAY TIRED OF ALREADY

1) PIPPA MIDDLETON

2) COURTNEY STODDEN

3) TIM TEBOW

4) RICK PERRY

5) KATY PERRY

6) RUSSELL BRAND

7) JUSTIN BIEBER Justine Beaver

8) THE KKK Kim Kardashian Klan

9) LINDSAY LOHAN

10) SNOOKI

TOP 10 CINEMATIC KWEENIE KLASSIX

1) 'SUNSET BLVD.'

2) 'ALL ABOUT EVE'

3) 'MILDRED PIERCE'

4) 'VALLEY OF THE DOLLS'

5) 'MOMMIE DEAREST'

6) 'A SUMMER PLACE'

7) 'IMITATION OF LIFE'

8) 'QUEEN BEE'

9) 'WRITTEN ON THE WIND'

10) 'THE WOMEN'

Honorable Mention: The Opposite Sex 1956 musical remake of The Women

TOP 10 DREADFUL FASHION TRENDS

After a Fashion: Top 10s 2011

1) MULLET SKIRTS Is the party in the front or the back?

2) FEATHER HAIR EXTENSIONS Quack, quack.

3) DISTRESSED DENIM If you want to look pulled together, why wear clothes that are falling apart?

4) AIR JORDANS They're almost to die for. Really.

5) ANIMAL PRINTS Leave them on the animals, please.

6) FEDORAS When they're selling at Walmarts, you know they're over.

7) BELT PURSES aka fanny packs

8) ROMPERS They're only good on toddlers.

9) RIPPED LEGGINGS Did you really pay money for those?

10) JUMPSUITS They're best on prison inmates. In orange.

TOP 10 POLITICAL FASHION DISASTERS

After a Fashion: Top 10s 2011

1) RICK PERRY'S TOUPEE What a weave!

2) RICK PERRY Enough with the barn coats. They're now as ubiquitous as his wife's disappearing act.

3) KINKY FRIEDMAN fell out of fashion because of his endorsement of the homophobic Rick Perry.

4) 'THE MITT' HAIRCUT Looks like something from an Archie comic book.

5) CALLISTA GINGRICH is well on her way to looking like Candy Spelling.

6) BREATHTAKINGLY EXPENSIVE CLOTHES ON CANDIDATES Not that I want to see them running around in Crocs and those hideous nylon basketball shorts ....

7) MARCUS BACHMANN "First spouse" sounds like a lab rat. Politicos in the know already call him "Ladybird Bachmann." Too bad it sounds like a slur against our beloved late first lady.

8) MICHELLE OBAMA No, you are not the queen of fashion. Buy something with sleeves, please.

9) ANTHONY WEINER How not to dress for success.

10) PRINCESS BEATRICE Fascinators can be tricky.

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